CNN — Papa John’s Pizza is asking its customers to clear their contact paper in advance to prevent any possible contact between you and a customer, as a new recall involves the company’s contactless payments.
According to a message on the Papa John’s website, the company is asking for all customers to complete a recall of all contactless contactless cards that have a code on them and the code on the card’s back.
The company is warning customers that the code could be used to send information to a third party.
The company said it will send out an email to customers that advises them to clear the contact paper if they have not already.
The email said the company will not beifying anyone with the code.
Papa Johns spokesman Tom Toth said the recall is related to a change in the way customers are instructed to complete their contactless payment transactions.
He said that while it’s common practice for customers to use their credit cards to make payments, the instructions for the card are different for contactless transactions.
The Papa Johns website advises customers that a “Cardsafe Card is the perfect solution for those who are unable to pay their bills with cash or credit cards.”
Papa johns customer service manager Paul Nesbit said he was “absolutely shocked” by the news and called the recall “completely unacceptable.”
He said he believes that this was an isolated incident and that he hopes the company can quickly rectify the situation and resolve the issue.